History ArtEvolution / ComicBooks

26th Feb '16 2:59:44 PM carduser123
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* ''ComicBook/DruidCity'': The series starts with a [[http://druidcitycomic.com/comic/volume-1-page-092/ very simple, poorly penned style]], done entirely with a computer mouse. The artist for the series originally wanted to place as many limits on himself as possible. The methods changed starting in [[http://druidcitycomic.com/comic/volume-2-page-012/ Volume 2]], where everything is drawn with a stylus and the artist has more experience with the personal style used in the series. Now that Volume 3 has started, the artist has also announced that Volume 1 will be redone with a stylus and more detail, so as to not scare away new readers.
15th Nov '15 3:49:24 PM StFan
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* ''ZipiYZape'': Compare [[http://www.recuerdas.es/tebeos/zipi-y-zape-por-josep-escobar-primera-historieta-publicada-en-la-revista-pulgarcito-numero-57-en-1948.php this]] and [[http://www.tenyten.com/entretenimiento-infantil-destacadas/humor/1066/zipi-y-zape-se-pasan-al-cine this]].

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* ''ZipiYZape'': ''ComicBook/ZipiYZape'': Compare [[http://www.recuerdas.es/tebeos/zipi-y-zape-por-josep-escobar-primera-historieta-publicada-en-la-revista-pulgarcito-numero-57-en-1948.php this]] and [[http://www.tenyten.com/entretenimiento-infantil-destacadas/humor/1066/zipi-y-zape-se-pasan-al-cine this]].
31st Oct '15 4:31:46 PM nombretomado
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* Noticeable in TheBeano when David Law was drawing ComicStrip/DennisTheMenaceUK the character actually grew over the years from a small child who looked about 8 to by the 70s the character was lanky almost teenage looking character. The character's design stayed constant when David Sutherland took over drawing him in the 70s and then finally the character was made smaller and younger looking in the 90s in time for the AnimatedAdaptation.

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* Noticeable in TheBeano ComicBook/TheBeano when David Law was drawing ComicStrip/DennisTheMenaceUK the character actually grew over the years from a small child who looked about 8 to by the 70s the character was lanky almost teenage looking character. The character's design stayed constant when David Sutherland took over drawing him in the 70s and then finally the character was made smaller and younger looking in the 90s in time for the AnimatedAdaptation.
10th Oct '15 2:40:02 PM nombretomado
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* Likewise fellow Anarctic series ''NinjaHighSchool'' did so as well. Starting off from a look reminiscent of Golden Age comics to a more cartoony look giving the characters wider eyes and less thick outlines.

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* Likewise fellow Anarctic series ''NinjaHighSchool'' ''ComicBook/NinjaHighSchool'' did so as well. Starting off from a look reminiscent of Golden Age comics to a more cartoony look giving the characters wider eyes and less thick outlines.
8th Oct '15 9:14:39 PM nombretomado
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* ''MortadeloYFilemon'' looked [[http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-DBGRwBG2dbk/T2Gk4GhEfrI/AAAAAAAABW4/p9ewIdezEKk/s1600/mortadelo+y+filem%C3%B3n.gif like this]] in 1956. And [[http://www.oconowocc.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/OLE-N-%C2%A6191-Mortadelo-Filemon.jpg this is the cover]] for one of their latest books.

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* ''MortadeloYFilemon'' ''ComicBook/MortadeloYFilemon'' looked [[http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-DBGRwBG2dbk/T2Gk4GhEfrI/AAAAAAAABW4/p9ewIdezEKk/s1600/mortadelo+y+filem%C3%B3n.gif like this]] in 1956. And [[http://www.oconowocc.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/OLE-N-%C2%A6191-Mortadelo-Filemon.jpg this is the cover]] for one of their latest books.
24th Sep '15 4:09:00 PM StFan
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* Creator/FrankMiller appears to be a complete ''inversion'' of the trope, with his quality taking a nosedive between ''ComicBook/SinCity'' and ''HolyTerror''. In ''TheDarkKnightReturns'', Miller made the effort to include detail and backgrounds. But after ''Sin City'', Miller made all of his art resemble the gritty minimalism of that work at the expense of background, detail, realism, and eventually any sense as sequential art, while experimenting with... ''questionable'' new methods. Of particular notoriety was his use of cheap Photoshop effects as substitutes for backgrounds in ''TheDarkKnightStrikesAgain''.

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* Creator/FrankMiller appears to be a complete ''inversion'' of the trope, with his quality taking a nosedive between ''ComicBook/SinCity'' and ''HolyTerror''. ''ComicBook/HolyTerror''. In ''TheDarkKnightReturns'', ''ComicBook/TheDarkKnightReturns'', Miller made the effort to include detail and backgrounds. But after ''Sin City'', Miller made all of his art resemble the gritty minimalism of that work at the expense of background, detail, realism, and eventually any sense as sequential art, while experimenting with... ''questionable'' new methods. Of particular notoriety was his use of cheap Photoshop effects as substitutes for backgrounds in ''TheDarkKnightStrikesAgain''.''ComicBook/TheDarkKnightStrikesAgain''.
15th Aug '15 7:18:07 AM Nazetrime
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* This can be semi-justified in ''ComicBook/{{Noob}}'' by the fact that it's set in a {{MMORPG}} and character designs imply that avatars gradually change their head to body ratio from "super-deformed" to almost normal-looking as they level up. Fantöm, however, is already at maximal level when the story starts and in first shown with a slightly muscular upper body. Later on, the upper muscles became much more impressive and his legs very thin.

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* This can be semi-justified in ''ComicBook/{{Noob}}'' by the fact that it's set in a {{MMORPG}} and character designs imply that avatars gradually change their head to body ratio from "super-deformed" to almost normal-looking as they level up. Fantöm, however, is already at maximal level when the story starts and in is first shown with a slightly muscular upper body. Later on, the upper muscles became much more impressive and his legs very thin. Ystos is noticeably subject to that too, but it may have been done one purpose as his player gets introduced in an unexpected real life scene and taking the opportunity to update his design was the best way to keep the reader from immediately realizing that it was him.
30th May '15 10:14:28 AM Scoutstr295
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* Creator/FrankMiller appears to be a complete ''inversion'' of the trope, with his quality taking a sharp nosedive between ''ComicBook/SinCity'' and ''HolyTerror''. In ''TheDarkKnightReturns'', Miller made the effort to include detail and backgrounds. But after ''Sin City'', Miller made all of his art resemble the gritty minimalism of that work at the expense of background, detail, realism, and eventually any sense as sequential art, while experimenting with... ''questionable'' new methods. Of particular notoriety was his use of cheap Photoshop effects as substitutes for backgrounds in ''TheDarkKnightStrikesAgain''.

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* Creator/FrankMiller appears to be a complete ''inversion'' of the trope, with his quality taking a sharp nosedive between ''ComicBook/SinCity'' and ''HolyTerror''. In ''TheDarkKnightReturns'', Miller made the effort to include detail and backgrounds. But after ''Sin City'', Miller made all of his art resemble the gritty minimalism of that work at the expense of background, detail, realism, and eventually any sense as sequential art, while experimenting with... ''questionable'' new methods. Of particular notoriety was his use of cheap Photoshop effects as substitutes for backgrounds in ''TheDarkKnightStrikesAgain''.
30th May '15 10:13:44 AM Scoutstr295
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* Creator/FrankMiller appears to be a complete ''inversion'' of the trope, with his quality of his art taking a sharp nosedive between ''ComicBook/SinCity'' and ''HolyTerror''. In ''TheDarkKnightReturns'', Miller made the effort to include detail and backgrounds. But after ''Sin City'', Miller made all of his art resemble the gritty minimalism of that work at the expense of background, detail, realism, and eventually any sense as sequential art, while experimenting with... ''questionable'' new methods. Of particular notoriety was his use of cheap Photoshop effects as substitutes for backgrounds in ''TheDarkKnightStrikesAgain''.

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* Creator/FrankMiller appears to be a complete ''inversion'' of the trope, with his quality of his art taking a sharp nosedive between ''ComicBook/SinCity'' and ''HolyTerror''. In ''TheDarkKnightReturns'', Miller made the effort to include detail and backgrounds. But after ''Sin City'', Miller made all of his art resemble the gritty minimalism of that work at the expense of background, detail, realism, and eventually any sense as sequential art, while experimenting with... ''questionable'' new methods. Of particular notoriety was his use of cheap Photoshop effects as substitutes for backgrounds in ''TheDarkKnightStrikesAgain''.
30th May '15 10:13:09 AM Scoutstr295
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* Creator/FrankMiller appears to be a complete ''inversion'' of the trope, with his quality of his art taking a sharp nosedive between ''ComicBook/SinCity'' and ''HolyTerror''. In ''TheDarkKnightReturns'', Miller made the effort to include detail and backgrounds. But after ''Sin City'', Miller made all of his art resemble the gritty style of that work at the expense of background, detail, realism, and eventually any sense as sequential art, while experimenting with... ''questionable'' new methods. Of particular notoriety was his use of cheap Photoshop effects as substitutes for backgrounds in ''TheDarkKnightStrikesAgain''.

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* Creator/FrankMiller appears to be a complete ''inversion'' of the trope, with his quality of his art taking a sharp nosedive between ''ComicBook/SinCity'' and ''HolyTerror''. In ''TheDarkKnightReturns'', Miller made the effort to include detail and backgrounds. But after ''Sin City'', Miller made all of his art resemble the gritty style minimalism of that work at the expense of background, detail, realism, and eventually any sense as sequential art, while experimenting with... ''questionable'' new methods. Of particular notoriety was his use of cheap Photoshop effects as substitutes for backgrounds in ''TheDarkKnightStrikesAgain''.
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